Abstract

Earlier work on the development of organic, narrow bandpass solution filters with transmittance maxima in the 2000–3000 Å range is extended to the fabrication of solid filters using a polymethyl siloxane resin as the host material. Three transmission filters are described having maxima at 2250 Å, 2265 Å, and 2840 Å, respectively, with bandwidths ≤225 Å. Transmittance and spectral response curves with CsTe photocathodes are given. Results of environmental tests show that these filters are well suited for balloon and space missions.

© 1966 Optical Society of America

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